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WASHED ASHORE

Lone Wolf Media out of Portland Maine, recently shot sequences for the History Channel’s Bermuda Triangle series at North County Regional Airport. The mystery began in 1958 when members of Canada’s 871 Squadron were training in Florida with the US Navy in dense fog. During the exercise Lt. Barry Troy’s radio went silent, his body was never recovered. Fast forward to 2017 when a park ranger was clearing debris off a beach after Hurricane Irma when he discovered a pile of debris and noticed canvas straps with two inch stenciled letters that read LT. TROY.

After 60 years, this story is being told and features aviation expert Roy Stafford and forensic meteorologist Craig Setzer to provide information from their area of expertise to help viewers understand the conditions on that night and bring the story to life.